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FM Stereo
FM-AM Receiver
4-238-377-12(1)
HT-DDW840
HT-DDW740
Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are located on the rear panel. Record the serial number
in the space provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer
regarding this product.
Model No. HT-DDW840/DDW740 Serial No.
© 2002 Sony Corporation
GB
Operating Instructions
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    4-238-377-12(1) FM Stereo FM-AM Receiver GB Operating Instructions Owner’s Record The model and serial numbers are located on the rear panel. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. HT-DDW840/DDW740 HT-DDW840 HT-DDW740 © 2002 Sony Corporation Serial No. ...
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    WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To prevent fire, do not cover the ventilation of the apparatus with newspapers, table-cloths, curtains, etc. And don’t place lighted candles on the apparatus. – Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. – Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. – Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. – Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. CAUTION To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus. Don’t throw away the battery with general house waste, dispose of it correctly as chemical waste. Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet. For customers in the United States You are cautioned that any changes or modification not expressly approved in this manual could void ...
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    Table of Contents List of Button Locations and Reference Pages Other Operations Naming preset stations and program sources ........................................... 36 Recording ............................................ 36 Using the Sleep Timer ......................... 37 Adjustments using the SET UP button ............................................ 37 Main unit ............................................... 5 Hooking Up the Components Required cords ....................................... 6 Antenna hookups ................................... 7 Audio component hookups .................... 8 Video component hookups .................... 9 Digital component hookups ................. 10 Multi channel input hookups1) ............. 11 Other hookups ..................................... 12 Operations Using the Remote RM-PP4111) Before you use your remote ................ 39 Remote button description ................... 39 Selecting the mode of the remot ...
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    About This Manual Note for the supplied remote The instructions in this manual are for models HT-DDW840 and HT-DDW740. Check your model number by looking at the lower right corner of the front panel. In this manual, the HT-DDW840 is used for illustration purpose unless stated otherwise. Any difference in operation is clearly indicated in the text, for example, “HT-DDW840 only”. STR-K840P The MULTI CH button on the remote is not available. SS-MSP2 SS-CNP2 SA-WMSP4 Demonstration Mode STR-K740P The demonstration will activate the first time you turn on the power. When the demonstration starts, the following message appears in the display: The HT-DDW740 consists of: – Receiver – Speaker system • Front/surround speakers • Center speaker • Sub woofer The VIDEO 3, TV/SAT, PHONO, AUX, SOURCE, MPX/DUAL, ANALOG DIRECT, 12 and ON SCREEN buttons on the remote are not available. For RM-U306 (HT-DDW740 only) The HT-DDW840 consists of: – Receive ...
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    List of Button Locations and Reference Pages Illustration number Use this page to find the location of buttons that are mentioned in the text. NAME 8 (36) R Name of button/part R Reference page Main unit ALPHABETICAL ORDER 0–9 2 CH wh (26) A–D A.DEC wk (24, 26) AM (Except for models of area code CEL, CEK) es (31, 32) BASS +/– wg (19, 30, 57) CD ql (22) CINEMA STUDIO EX A, B, C 9 (25) Digital Cinema Sound (indicator) qs (24) DIMMER ej (23) DISPLAY 2 (23, 34, 52) Display qa (23) DVD/LD wa (22) FM MODE (Models of area code CEL, CEK only) ed, (Except for models of area code CEL, CEK) ef (32) INPUT MODE qg (22) IR (receptor) 4 (39, 46, 52) LEVEL 0 (16, 20, 28, 57) M MASTER VOLUME wd (20, 50) MD/TAPE qj (22) MEMORY eh (31, 33) MENU +/– e; (16, 28, 36, 37, 57) MENU </> ea (16, 28, 36, 37, 57) MODE wj (25, 30, 51) MULTI CHANNEL DECODING (indicator) (HT-DDW840 only) 7 (22) MULTI CH IN (HT-DDW840 only) qf (22) MUTING wf (22, ...
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    Hooking Up the Components Required cords A Audio cord (not supplied) White (L) Red (R) White (L) Red (R) B Audio/video cord (not supplied) Yellow (video) White (L/audio) Red (R/audio) Yellow (video) White (L/audio) Red (R/audio) C Video cord (not supplied) Yellow (video) Yellow (video) D Optical digital cord (not supplied) Black Black E Coaxial digital cord (supplied) Orange Orange F Monaural audio cord (not supplied) Black Black Before you get started • Turn off the power to all components before making any connections. • Do not connect the AC power cord until all of the connections are completed. • Be sure to make connections firmly to avoid hum and noise. • When connecting an audio/video cord, be sure to match the color-coded pins to the appropriate jacks on the components: yellow (video) to yellow; white (left, audio) to white; and red (right, audio) to red. • When you connect optical digital cords, insert the cord plugs str ...
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    Antenna hookups ANTENNA DIGITAL OPTICAL VIDEO 2 IN MONITOR AM VIDEO IN VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT FM 75Ω COAXIAL DVD/LD IN Hooking Up the Components AM loop antenna (supplied) FM wire antenna* (supplied) COAXIAL L AUDIO OUT L CENTER R R FRONT SURROUND SUB WOOFER MULTI CH IN IN CD OUT IN AUDIO IN AUDIO IN MD/TAPE DVD/LD VIDEO 2 AUDIO OUT AUDIO IN VIDEO 1 SUB WOOFER * The shape of the connector varies depending on the area code. Notes on antenna hookups • To prevent noise pickup, keep the AM loop antenna away from the receiver and other components. • Be sure to fully extend the FM wire antenna. • After connecting the FM wire antenna, keep it as horizontal as possible. 7GB ...
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    Audio component hookups MD or Tape deck INPUT OUTPUT LINE LINE L A A ç R ç OUT IN ANTENNA DIGITAL OPTICAL VIDEO 2 IN MONITOR AM VIDEO IN VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT FM 75Ω COAXIAL DVD/LD IN COAXIAL L AUDIO OUT L CENTER R R FRONT SURROUND SUB WOOFER MULTI CH IN IN OUT A OUTPUT LINE L R CD player 8GB IN AUDIO IN AUDIO IN MD/TAPE DVD/LD VIDEO 2 CD AUDIO OUT AUDIO IN VIDEO 1 SUB WOOFER ...
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    Video component hookups DVD or LD player Hooking Up the Components OUTPUT AUDIO OUT L R VIDEO OUT B ANTENNA DIGITAL OPTICAL VIDEO 2 IN MONITOR AM VIDEO IN VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT FM 75Ω COAXIAL DVD/LD IN COAXIAL L AUDIO OUT L CENTER R IN SUB WOOFER CD MULTI CH IN OUT IN B B AUDIO OUT AUDIO IN VIDEO 1 SUB WOOFER IN C B INPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT TV tuner, satellite tuner or VCR AUDIO IN Ç Ç OUT IN AUDIO IN MD/TAPE DVD/LD VIDEO 2 Ç R FRONT SURROUND VIDEO OUT VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT AUDIO OUT AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT INPUT VIDEO IN L L R R VCR TV monitor Note on video component hookups You can connect your TV’s audio output jacks to the VIDEO 2 AUDIO IN jacks on the receiver and apply sound effects to the audio from the TV. In this case, do not connect the TV’s video output jack to the VIDEO 2 ...
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    Digital component hookups Connect the digital output jacks of your DVD player and satellite tuner (etc.) to the receiver’s digital input jacks to bring the multi channel surround sound of a movie theater into your home. To fully enjoy multi channel surround sound, five speakers (two front speakers, two surround speakers, and a center speaker) and a sub woofer are required. You can also connect an LD player with an RF OUT jack via an RF demodulator, like the Sony MOD-RF1 (not supplied). Notes • You cannot connect an LD player’s DOLBY DIGITAL RF OUT jack directly to this unit’s digital input jacks. You must first convert the RF signal to either an optical or coaxial digital signal. For details, see “Troubleshooting” on page 50. • All the OPTICAL and COAXIAL jacks are compatible with 96 kHz, 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 32 kHz sampling frequencies. TV tuner, satellite tuner or DVD player* OUTPUT VIDEO OUT AUDIO OUT OUTPUT L DIGITAL OPTICAL R D B ANTE ...
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    Multi channel input hookups HT-DDW840 only To fully enjoy multi channel surround sound, five speakers (two front speakers, two surround speakers, and a center speaker) and a sub woofer are required. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with your DVD player, multi channel decoder, etc., for details on the multi channel hookups. Notes • When using the connections described below, adjust the level of the surround speakers and sub woofer from the DVD player or multi channel decoder. • See page 13 for details on speaker system hookup. Hooking Up the Components Although this receiver incorporates a multi channel decoder, it is also equipped with multi channel input jacks. These connections allow you to enjoy multi channel software encoded in formats other than Dolby Digital and DTS. If your DVD player is equipped with multi channel output jacks, you can connect them directly to the receiver to enjoy the sound of the DVD player’s multi channel decoder. Alternati ...
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    Other hookups SPEAKERS SURROUND R L R IMPEDANCE USE 8 – 16Ω CENTER L FRONT R L R L b To a wall outlet AC power cord Setting the voltage selector If your receiver has a voltage selector on the rear panel, check that the voltage selector is set to the local power supply voltage. If not, use a screwdriver to set the selector to the correct position before connecting the AC power cord to a wall outlet. VOLTAGE SELECTOR 120V 12GB 240V 220V Connecting the AC power cord Before connecting the AC power cord of this receiver to a wall outlet, connect the speaker system to the receiver (page 13). Connect the AC power cord(s) of your audio/ video components to a wall outlet. ...
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    Hooking Up and Setting Up the Speaker System Speaker system hookups Required cords A Speaker cords (supplied) (+) (–) (–) Hooking Up and Setting Up the Speaker System (+) B Monaural audio cord (supplied) Black Black Active sub woofer Front speaker (R) Front speaker (L) INPUT AUDIO IN E e B e E A A MONITOR VIDEO OUT SPEAKERS SURROUND R L IMPEDANCE USE 8 – 16Ω FRONT CENTER R L R L AUDIO OUT R L SUB WOOFER A E A e E Surround speaker (R) A e E Surround speaker (L) e Center speaker continued 13GB ...
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    Speaker system hookup (continued) Examples of poor conditions of the speaker cord Tip To prevent speaker vibration or movement while listening, attach the supplied foot pads at the bottom of the speakers. Stripped speaker cord is touching another speaker terminal. Notes • Connect the long speaker connecting cords to the surround speaker terminals and the short speaker connecting cords to the front and center speaker terminals. • Twist the stripped ends of the speaker cords about 10 mm (2/3 inch). Be sure to match the speaker cord to the appropriate terminal on the components: + to + and – to –. If the cords are reversed, the sound will be distorted and will lack bass. • If you use speakers with low maximum input rating, adjust the volume carefully to avoid excessive output on the speakers. To avoid short-circuiting the speakers Short-circuiting of the speakers may damage the receiver. To prevent this, make sure to take the following precautions w ...
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    Performing initial setup operations Tip To check the audio output during settings (to set up while outputting the sound), check the connection (page 21). Before using your receiver for the first time, adjust SET UP parameters so that the receiver correspond to your system. For the adjustable parameters, see the table on page 57. See pages 15–20 for speaker settings and pages 37–38 for other settings. Multi channel surround setup Clearing the receiver’s memory For the best possible surround sound, all speakers should be the same distance from the listening position (A). Before using your receiver for the first time, or when you want to clear the receiver’s memory, do the following. However, the receiver lets you place the center speaker up to 1.5 meters (5 feet) closer (B) and the surround speakers up to 4.5 meters (15 feet) closer (C) to the listening position. This procedure is not necessary if the demonstration activates when you turn on t ...
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    Multi channel surround setup (continued) When placing surround speakers behind you B A To select NORM. SP., turn off the power, then turn on again while pressing LEVEL. (To reset to MICRO SP., do the same procedure.) Tip A 45° C If you change the speaker system, select NORM. SP. You can adjust the speaker size and subwoofer selection when you select NORM. SP. (page 18). C The setting for Micro Satellite Speaker (MICRO SP.) has been programmed to optimize the sound balance. If you use Sony’s Micro Satellite Speakers, select MICRO SP. Caution 90° When you use Micro Satellite Speakers and the speaker size is set to “LARGE”, you may not obtain the correct soundstage. The speaker may also be damaged at high volume position. 20° Note Do not place the center speaker farther away from the listening position than the front speakers. Specifying the speaker parameters Normal Speaker and Micro Satellite Speaker 1 Press SET UP. 2 P ...
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    x Front speaker distance ( XX.X m (ft.)) L R DIST. Set the distance from your listening position to the front speakers (A on page 15). C DIST. Set the distance from your listening position to the center speaker. Center speaker distance should be set from a distance equal to the front speaker distance (A on page 15) to a distance 1.5 meters (5 feet) closer to your listening position (B on page 15). x Surround speaker distance ( DIST. XX.X m (ft.)) SL SR Set the distance from your listening position to the surround speakers. Surround speaker distance should be set from a distance equal to the front speaker distance (A on page 15) to a distance 4.5 meters (15 feet) closer to your listening position (C on page 15). x Surround speaker position ( PL. XXX)* SL SR This parameter lets you specify the location of your surround speakers for proper implementation of the Digital Cinema Sound surround modes. Refer to the illustration below. ...
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    Multi channel surround setup (continued) x Surround speaker height ( SL SR HGT. XXX)* This parameter lets you specify the height of your surround speakers for proper implementation of the Digital Cinema Sound surround modes. Refer to the illustration below. • Select “LOW” if the location of your surround speakers corresponds to section A. • Select “HIGH” if the location of your surround speakers corresponds to section B. Therefore, although it may result in a setting contrary to the “Surround speaker position” explanation, we recommend that you playback multi channel surround encoded software and listen to the effect each setting has on your listening environment. Choose the setting that provides a good sense of spaciousness and that best succeeds in forming a cohesive space between the surround sound from the surround speakers and the sound of the front speakers. If you are not sure which sounds best, select “PL. BEHD.” and then use the speaker distan ...
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    x Center speaker size ( C Tip ) • If you connect a large speaker that will effectively reproduce bass frequencies, select “LARGE”. Normally, select “LARGE”. However, if the front speakers are set to “SMALL”, you cannot set the center speaker to “LARGE”. • If you do not connect a center speaker, select “NO”. The sound of the center channel will be output from the front speakers.*2 x Surround speaker size ( SL SR ) • If you connect large speakers that will effectively reproduce bass frequencies, select “LARGE”. Normally, select “LARGE”. However, if the front speakers are set to “SMALL”, you cannot set the surround speakers to “LARGE”. • If the sound is distorted, or you feel a lack of surround effects when using multi channel surround sound, select “SMALL” to activate the bass redirection circuitry and output the surround channel bass frequencies from the sub woofer or other “LARGE” speakers. x Sub woofer selection ( SW S.W. XXX) ...
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    Multi channel surround setup (continued) Listening to the subwoofer Adjusting the speaker level Use the remote while seated in your listening position to adjust the level of each speaker. POWER indicator Note The receiver incorporates a new test tone with a frequency centered at 800 Hz for easier speaker level adjustment. 1 Press ?/1 to turn on the receiver. 2 Press TEST TONE on the remote. “T. TONE” appears in the display and you will hear the test tone from each speaker in sequence. 3 Adjust the LEVEL parameters so that the level of the test tone from each speaker sounds the same when you are in your main listening position. Press LEVEL to adjust the balance and level of speakers. For details on the LEVEL menu, see page 28. While adjusting, the test tone is output from the speaker whose adjustment is performed. 4 Press TEST TONE again to turn off the First, turn down the volume on the receiver. The volume should be set to minimum before y ...
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    Checking the connections After connecting all of your components to the receiver, do the following to verify that the connections were made correctly. connected (e.g., CD player or tape deck). 3 Press the function button to select the component (program source). 4 Start playing. If you do not obtain normal sound output after performing this procedure, see “Troubleshooting” on page 50 and take the appropriate measures to correct the problem. Hooking Up and Setting Up the Speaker System 1 Press ?/1 to turn on the receiver. 2 Turn on the component that you 21GB ...
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    Basic Operations Selecting the component Function buttons Select To OPT IN Specify the digital audio signals input to the DIGITAL OPTICAL input jacks. ANALOG Specify the analog audio signals input to the AUDIO IN (L/R) jacks. Press the function button to select the component you want to use. To select Press Note VCR VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2 TV or satellite tuner VIDEO 2 If 96 kHz digital signal is input, the tone, sound field and surround parameters do not function. DVD or LD player DVD/LD MULTI CH IN MD or Tape deck MD/TAPE CD player CD Built in tuner TUNER After turning on the component you selected, select the component and play the program source. • After selecting VCR, DVD player, or LD player, turn on the TV and set the TV’s video input to match the component you selected. INPUT MODE 22GB MULTI CHANNEL DECODING indicator (HT-DDW840 only) This indicator lights up when the unit is decodi ...
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    Changing the display DISPLAY Each time you press DISPLAY, the display changes cyclically as follows: When the tuner is selected Index name of the preset station* or program station name** t Frequency t Program type indication** t Radio text** t Current time** t Sound field applied to the band or the preset station * Index name appears only when you have assigned one to the component or preset station (page 36). Index name does not appear when only blank spaces have been entered, or it is the same as the function. ** During RDS reception only. (Models of area code CEL, CEK only. See page 34). Basic Operations Index name of the component* t Selected component t Sound field applied to the program source DIMMER Press DIMMER repeatedly to adjust the brightness of the display (3 steps). However, when you press any button, the display becomes the brightest setting temporary. 23GB ...
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    Enjoying Surround Sound You can take advantage of surround sound simply by selecting one of the receiver’s preprogrammed sound fields. They bring the exciting and powerful sound of movie theaters and concert halls into your home. You can also customize the sound fields to obtain the sound you want by changing the surround parameter. To fully enjoy surround sound, you must register the number and location of you speakers. See “Multi channel surround setup” starting from page 15 to set the speaker parameters before enjoying surround sound. Automatically decoding the input audio signal Press A.DEC. “AUTO DEC.” appears in the display. This mode automatically detects the type of audio signal being input (Dolby Digital, DTS, or standard 2 channel stereo) and performs the proper decoding if necessary. This mode presents the sound as it was recorded/encoded, without adding any effects (e.g. reverberation). However, if there are no low frequency signals (Dolby Digital ...
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    Press CINEMA STUDIO EX A, B or C. Tip The selected sound field is indicated in the display. You can select Cinema Studio EX by pressing MODE repeatedly. Notes x C.ST.EX A (Cinema Studio EX A) Reproduces the sound characteristics of the Sony Pictures Entertainment “Cary Grant Theater” cinema production studio. This is a standard mode, great for watching most any type of movie. • The effects provided by the virtual speakers may cause increased noise in the playback signal. • When listening with sound fields that employ the virtual speakers, you will not be able to hear any sound coming directly from the surround speakers. Selecting other sound fields x C.ST.EX B (Cinema Studio EX B) Press MODE repeatedly to select the sound field you want. x C.ST.EX C (Cinema Studio EX C) Software with multi channel surround audio signals is played back according to the way it was recorded. Software with 2 channel audio signals is decoded with Dolby Pro Logic ...
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    Selecting a sound field (continued) To turn the surround effect off Press A.DEC or 2CH. Enjoying stereo sound in multi channel (Dolby Pro Logic ) Tips • The receiver lets you apply the last selected sound field to a program source whenever it is selected (Sound Field Link). For example, if you listen to CD with “JAZZ” as the sound field, change to a different program source, then return to CD, “JAZZ” will be applied again. • You can identify the encoding format of program sofware by looking at its packaging. Dolby Digital discs are labeled with the logo, and Dolby Surround encoded programs are labeled with the logo. • When sound signals with a sampling frequency of 96 kHz are input, the sound signals are output in stereo automatically, and the sound field is turned off. Using only the front speakers (2 Channel Stereo) Press 2CH. “2CH ST.” appears in the display. This mode outputs the sound from the front left and right speakers only. Standard 2 c ...
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    Understanding the multi channel surround displays qa qs 1 2 3 5 4 a DIGITAL PRO LOGIC DTS MPEG STEREO MONO RDS SW SP. OFF OPT COAX D.RANGE L C R LFE SL S SR 0 8 7 MEMORY 6 9 6 D.RANGE: Lights up when dynamic range compression is activated. See page 29 to adjust the dynamic range compression. 2 PRO LOGIC: Lights up when the receiver applies Pro Logic processing to 2 channel signals in order to output the center and surround channel signals. However, this indicator does not light if the center and surround speakers are set to “NO”, and “AUTO DEC.” or “NORM.SURR.” is selected. 7 COAX: Lights up when the source signal is a digital signal being input through the COAXIAL terminal. Note Pro Logic decoding does not function for MPEG format signals. 3 DTS: Lights up when DTS signals are input. Note When playing a DTS format disc, be sure that you have made digital connections and that INPUT MODE is NOT set to “ANALOG ...
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    Understanding the multi channel surround displays (continued) 0 LFE : Lights up when the disc being played back contains the LFE (Low Frequency Effect) channel and when the sound of the LFE channel signal is actually being reproduced. qa SW: Lights up when sub woofer selection is set to “YES” (page 19) and the audio signal is output from the SUB WOOFER jacks. qs SP. OFF: Lights up when headphones are inserted. Customizing sound fields By adjusting the surround parameters and the tone characteristics of the front speakers, you can customize the sound fields to suit your particular listening situation. Once you customize a sound field, the changes are stored in the memory indefinitely. You can change a customized sound field any time by making new adjustments to the parameters. See the tables on 58 for the parameters available in each sound field. To get the most from multi channel surround sound Position your speakers and do the procedures described i ...
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    Initial settings Parameter L R Initial setting BAL. L/R XXX* BALANCE CTR XXX dB* 0 dB SUR.L. XXX dB* 0 dB SUR.R. XXX dB* 0 dB S.W. XXX dB* 0 dB L.F.E. XXX dB D. RANGE 0 dB COMP. XXX OFF Front balance ( XXX) L R BAL. L/R Lets you adjust the balance between front left and right speakers. Center level (CTR XXX dB) Lets you adjust the level of the center speaker. Surround left level (SUR.L. XXX dB) Lets you adjust the level of the surround left speaker. Surround right level (SUR.R. XXX dB) Lets you adjust level of the surround right speaker. Sub woofer level (S.W. XXX dB) Lets you adjust the level of the sub woofer. Lets you attenuate the level of the LFE (Low Frequency Effect) channel output from the sub woofer without effecting the level of the bass frequencies sent to the sub woofer from the front, center or surround channels via the Dolby Digital or DTS bass redirection circuitry. • For LFE ...
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    Customizing sound fields (continued) Adjusting the bass and treble The BASS +/– and TREBLE +/– button lets you adjust the tone (bass or treble) of the front speakers for optimum sound. You can adjust the tone for each separate sound field. 1 Start playing a program source encoded with multi channel surround sound. 2 Press BASS +/– or TREBLE +/– to adjust the tone. The setting is stored automatically. Initial settings Parameter Initial setting BASS 0 dB TREB. 0 dB Bass (BASS) Lets you adjust the bass tone. Treble (TREB.) Lets you adjust the treble tone. Note When you use the Micro Satellite Speakers or other small speakers, adjust LEVEL on the subwoofer (page 20) to reinforce the bass. Resetting customized sound fields to the factory settings 1 If the power is on, press ?/1 to turn off the power. 2 Hold down MODE and press ?/1. “SF. CLR.” appears in the display and all sound fields are reset at once. 30GB ...
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    Receiving Broadcasts Notes Before receiving broadcasts, make sure you have connected FM and AM antennas to the receiver (page 7). Storing FM stations automatically (AUTOBETICAL) (Models of area code CEL, CEK only) If you want to store FM or AM stations one by one, see “Presetting radio stations” on page 33. 1 Press ?/1 to turn off the receiver. 2 Hold down MEMORY and press ?/1 to turn the receiver back on. “AUTO-BETICAL SELECT” appears in the display and the receiver scans and stores all the FM and FM RDS stations in the broadcast area. For RDS stations, the tuner first checks for stations broadcasting the same program, then stores only the one with the clearest signal. The selected RDS stations are sorted alphabetically by their Program Service name, then assigned a 2-character preset code. For more details on RDS, see page 34. Regular FM stations are assigned 2-character preset codes and stored after the RDS station. When done, “FINISH” appears i ...
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    Direct tuning (continued) Automatic tuning 5 If you’ve tuned in an AM station, adjust the direction of the AM loop antenna for optimum reception. 6 Repeat steps 2 to 5 to receive another station. If you don’t know the frequency of the station you want, you can let the receiver scan all available stations in your area. 1 Press TUNER. The last received station is tuned in. 2 Press FM** or AM** to select the FM or Tips • If you do not remember the precise frequency, press TUNING + or TUNING – after entering the value close to the frequency you want. The receiver automatically tunes in the station you want. If the frequency seems to be higher than the entered value, press TUNING +, and if the frequency seems to be lower than the entered value, press TUNING –. • If “STEREO” flashes in the display and the FM stereo reception is poor, press FM MODE to change to monaural (MONO). You will not be able to enjoy the stereo effect, but the sound will be less ...
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    Presetting radio stations Tuning to preset stations 1 Press TUNER. You can tune the preset stations by either of the following two ways. The last received station is tuned in. 2 Tune in the station that you want to preset using Direct Tuning (page 31) or Automatic Tuning (page 32). 3 Press MEMORY. “MEMORY” appears in the display for a few seconds. Do steps 4 to 6 before “MEMORY” goes out. 4 Press SHIFT to select a memory page (A, B or C). 5 Press PRESET TUNING +* or PRESET 1 Press TUNER. The last received station is tuned in. 2 Press PRESET TUNING +* or PRESET TUNING –* repeatedly to select the preset station you want. Each time you press the button, the receiver tunes in one preset station at a time, in the corresponding order and direction as follows: nA1˜A2˜...˜A0˜B1˜B2˜...˜B0N nC0˜...C2˜C1N TUNING –* to select a preset number. If “MEMORY” goes out before you press the preset number, start again from step 3. 6 Press MEMORY a ...
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    Using the Radio Data System (RDS) (Models of area code CEL, CEK only) This receiver also allows you to use RDS (Radio Data System), which enables radio stations to send additional information along with the regular program signal. You can use the following convenient RDS features: – Displaying RDS information – Scanning preset stations by program type Note that RDS is operable only for FM stations.* * Not all FM stations provide RDS service, nor do they provide the same types of services. If you are not familiar with the RDS services in your area, check with your local radio stations for details. Receiving RDS broadcasts Simply select a station on the FM band using direct tuning (page 31), automatic tuning (page 32), or preset tuning (page 32). When you tune in a station that provides RDS services, the RDS indicator lights up and the program station name normally appears in the display. Note RDS may not work properly if the station you tuned to is n ...
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    Description of program types Program type indication Description Program type indication TRAVEL Programs about travel. Not for announcements that are located by TP/TA LEISURE Programs on recreational activities such as gardening, fishing, cooking, etc. JAZZ Jazz programs Description NEWS News programs AFFAIRS Topical programs that expand on current news INFO Programs offering information on a wide spectrum of subjects, including consumer affairs and medical advice SPORT Sports programs EDUCATE Educational programs, such as “how-to” and advice programs Radio plays and serials CULTURE Programs about national or regional culture, such as language and social concerns SCIENCE Programs about the natural sciences and technology VARIED Other types of programs such as celebrity interviews, panel games, and comedy POP M Popular music programs ROCK M Rock music programs EASY M Easy Lis ...
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    Other Operations 4 Press ENTER. 5 Repeat steps 2 to 4 to assign index Naming preset stations and program sources name for another station or program source. You can enter a name (index name) of up to 8 characters for preset stations and program sources. These names (for example, “VHS”) appear in the receiver’s display when a station or program source is selected. Note that no more than one name can be entered for each preset station or program source. This function is useful for distinguishing components of the same kind. For example, two VCRs can be specified as “VHS” and “8MM”, respectively. It is also handy for identifying components connected to jacks meant for another type of component, for example, a second CD player connected to the MD/TAPE jacks. 1 To name a preset station Press TUNER. The last station you received is tuned in. If you are not familiar with how to tune in preset stations, see “Tuning to preset stations” on page 33. To name ...
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    Recording on a video tape You can record from a VCR, a TV, a DVD player or an LD player using the receiver. You can also add audio from a variety of audio sources when editing a video tape. See the operating instructions of your VCR or LD player if you need help. 1 Select the program source to be recorded. 2 Prepare the component for playing. For example, insert the laser disc you want to record into the LD player. 3 Insert a blank video tape into the VCR (VIDEO 1) for recording. 4 Start recording on the recording VCR, Tip You can record the sound from any audio source onto a video tape while copying from a video tape or laser disc. Locate the point where you want to start recording from another audio source, select the program source, then start playback. The audio from that source will be recorded onto the audio track of the video tape instead of the audio from the original medium. To resume audio recording from the original medium, select the video ...
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    Adjustments using the SET UP button (continued) Initial settings Parameter Initial setting C.MODE.AVX PRO LOGIC * AV2 II MOVIE * HT-DDW840 only x Selecting the command mode of the remote (C.MODE.AVX) Lets you select the command mode of the remote. Change the command mode when you use 2 Sony receivers in the same room. x 2ch decode mode ( PRO LOGIC ) Lets you specify the type of decoding for the 2 channel source. This receiver incorporates with Dolby Pro Logic II which has movie mode and music mode, and the receiver can reproduce the 2 channel sound in 5.1 channel through Dolby Pro Logic II. • When set to “DOLBY PL”, the receiver performs the Pro Logic decoding. The source recorded in 2 channel is decoded into 4 channels. • When set to “II MOVIE”, the receiver performs the Pro Logic II movie mode decoding. This setting is ideal for the movies encoded in Dolby Surround. Besides, this mode can reproduce the sound in 5.1 channel when wat ...
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    Operations Using the Remote RM-PP411 HT-DDW840 only You can use the remote RM-PP411 to operate the components in your system. Remote button description Before you use your remote TV ?/1 ?/1 AV ?/1 USE MODE P SYSTEM STANDBY SLEEP VIDEO3 DVD/LD AV1 AV2 TV/SAT MD/TAPE CD/SACD TUNER VIDEO1 VIDEO2 PHONO Inserting batteries into the remote AUX MULTI CH SOURCE SOUND FIELD PRESET AUTO DEC MODE TEST TONE 1 MPX/ DUAL Insert R6 (size-AA) batteries with the + and – properly oriented in the battery compartment. When using the remote, point it at the remote sensor g on the receiver. 2 3 ANALOG DIRECT 4 2CH 5 6 SWAP/ ANGLE AUDIO 7 JUMP/ TIME 8 SUBTITLE . SHIFT ENTER > 0/10 >10/11 12 D.TUNING DISC ALT - M m ANT CLEAR SEARCH MODE X N TOP MENU/ GUIDE x MUTING AV MENU G g f DISPLAY TV VOL Operations Using the Remote RM-PP411 MASTER VOL ...
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    Remote Button Description (continued) 40GB Remote Button Operations Function VIDEO 3 Receiver To watch VCR. (VTR mode 2) DVD/LD Receiver To watch DVD or laser disc. TV/SAT Receiver To watch TV programs or satellite receiver. Remote Button Operations Function V/v Receiver Select a menu item. B/b Receiver Makes adjustment or change the setting. MASTER VOL +/– Receiver Adjusts the master volume of the receiver. MAIN MENU Receiver Press this button repeatedly to select one of the four cursor modes: SURR, LEVEL, SET UP and NAME. To display the menus of the receiver on the TV screen. MD/TAPE Receiver To listen to Minidisc or audio tape. To listen to compact disc. ON SCREEN Receiver CD/SACD Receiver TUNER Receiver To listen to radio programs. AV ?/1 PHONO Receiver To listen to turntable. AUX Receiver To listen to an audio equipment. TV/VCR/ T ...
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    Remote Button Operations Function AUDIO TV/ VCR/ Changes the sound to DVD player Multiplex, Bilingual or Multi channel TV Sound. SWAP*/ ANGLE TV Swaps the small and large picture. DVD player To select viewing angle or changes the angles. TV Toggles between the previous and the current channels. JUMP/ TIME Remote Button m/M CD player/ VCD player/ DVD player/ LD player/ MD deck Receiver VCR/ CD player/ VCD player/ LD player/ DVD player/ MD deck/ DAT deck/ Tape deck Starts play. X VCR/ CD player/ VCD player/ LD player/ DVD player/ MD deck/ DAT deck/ Tape deck Pauses play or record. (Also starts recording with components in record standby.) TV/VCR/ satellite tuner/ LD player/ MD deck/ DAT deck/ Tape deck After selecting a channel, disc or track using the numeric buttons, press to enter the value. x VCR/ CD player/ VCD player/ LD player/ DVD player/ MD deck/ DAT deck/ Tape ...
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    Remote Button Description (continued) Remote Button Operations Function CLEAR DVD player Press if you made a mistake when you press the number button or press to return to the continuous play etc. SEARCH DVD player MODE Select searching mode. Press to select the unit for search (track, index, etc.) TOP MENU/ DVD player GUIDE Displays DVD title. AV MENU VCR/Satellite/ Displays menu. tuner/ DVD player O V/v/B/b VCD player/ LD player/ DVD player VCR/Satellite Selects a menu item. tuner/ DVD player • Some functions explained in this section may not work depending on the model of the receiver. • The above explanation is intended to serve as an example only. Therefore, depending on the component the above operation may not be possible or may operate differently than described. • The VIDEO 3, TV/SAT, PHONO, AUX, SOURCE, MPX/DUAL, ANALOG DIRECT, 12 and ON SCREEN functions are not available for set operation. Selecting the ...
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    Programming the remote You can program the remote to control nonSony components by changing the code. Once the control signals have been memorized, you can use those components as part of your system. Furthermore, you can also program the remote for Sony components that the remote is unable to control. Note that the remote can only control components that accept infrared wireless control signals. 1 Press AV ?/1 while pressing down USE MODE. The indicator lights. 2 Press the function button (including TV ?/1) for the component you want to control. 3 Press the numeric buttons to enter the numeric code (or one of the codes if more than one code exists) corresponding to the component and the maker of the component you want to control. See the tables on pages 44 and 45 for information on the numeric code(s) corresponding to the component and the maker of the component (the first digit and the last two digits of the numeric code correspond to the category ...
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    Programming the remote (continued) To control a DAT deck Maker 44GB Code(s) The numeric codes corresponding to the component and the maker of the component SONY 203 PIONEER 219 Use the numeric codes in the tables below to control non-Sony components and also Sony components that the remote is normally unable to control. Since the remote signal that a component accepts differs depending on the model and year of the component, more than one numeric code may be assigned to a component. If you fail to program your remote using one of the codes, try using other codes. To control an MD deck Maker Code(s) SONY 301 DENON 302 JVC 303 KENWOOD 304 To control a tape deck Notes Maker • The numeric codes are based on the latest information available for each brand. There is a chance, however, that your component will not respond to some or all of the codes. • All of the functions on this remote may not be available ...
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    To control a TV To control a VCR Maker Code(s) Maker Code(s) SONY 701, 702, 703, 704, 705, 706 SONY 501 DAEWOO 504, 505, 506, 507, 515, 544 710, 750, 757, 758 AKAI 707, 708, 709, 759 FISHER 508 BLAUPUNKT 740 GOLDSTAR EMERSON 711, 712, 713, 714, 715, 716, 750 503, 511, 512, 515, 534, 544 GRUNDIG 517, 534 FISHER 717, 718, 719, 720 HITACHI 513, 514, 515, 544 GENERAL ELECTRIC 721, 722, 730 ITT/NOKIA 521, 522 GOLDSTAR 723, 753 JVC 516 GRUNDIG 724 MAGNAVOX 503, 518, 544 HITACHI 722, 725, 729, 741 MITSUBISHI/MGA 503, 519, 544 ITT/NOKIA 717 NEC 503, 520, 544 JVC 726, 727, 728, 736 PANASONIC 509, 524 MAGNAVOX 730, 731, 738 PHILIPS 515, 518 MITSUBISHI/MGA 732, 733, 734, 735 PIONEER 509, 525, 526, 540 NEC 736 RCA/PROSCAN 510, 527, 528, 529, 544 PANASONIC 729, 730, 737, 738, 739, 740 SAMSUNG 50 ...
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    Operations Using the Remote RM-U306 HT-DDW740 only You can use the remote RM-U306 to operate the components in your system. Before you use your remote Inserting batteries into the remote Insert R6 (size-AA) batteries with the + and – properly oriented in the battery compartment. When using the remote, point it at the remote sensor g on the receiver. Remote button description AV ?/1 SLEEP ?/1 SYSTEM STANDBY VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 DVD/LD MD/TAPE CD TUNER TOP MENU DVD MENU F 1 2 G 3 4 5 7 8 6 O f 9 SHIFT D.TUNING 0 >10 - ] } } – CH/PRESET + . > ENTER RETURN TV/VIDEO ANT TV/VTR ] m N Tip Under normal conditions, the batteries should last for about 6 months. When the remote no longer operates the receiver, replace all batteries with new ones. Notes • Do not leave the remote in an extremely hot or humid place. • Do not use a new battery with an old one. ...
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    The tables below show the settings of each button. Remote Button Remote Button Operations Function MENU +/– Receiver Makes adjustment or change the setting. SLEEP Receiver Activates the sleep function and the duration which the receiver turns off automatically. MUTING Receiver Mutes the sound from the receiver. MASTER Receiver VOL+/– Adjust the master volume of the receiver. AV ?/1 Turns the audio and video components on or off. ?/1 Receiver Turns the receiver on or off. VIDEO 1 Receiver To watch VCR. (VTR mode 3) VIDEO 2 Receiver To watch VCR. (VTR mode 1) DVD/LD Receiver To watch DVD or laser disc. MD/TAPE Receiver To listen to Minidisc or audio tape. Receiver To listen to compact disc. TUNER Receiver To listen to radio programs. SHIFT Receiver Press repeatedly to select a memory page for presetting radio stations or tuning to preset stations. D.TUNI ...
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    Remote Button Description (continued) Remote Button Operations Function D. SKIP CD player/ VCD player/ DVD player/ MD deck Skips discs (multi-disc changer only). TOP MENU DVD player Displays DVD title. Selects preset channels. Displays DVD menu. Skips tracks. DVD MENU DVD player ./> VCR/ CD player/ VCD player/ LD player/ DVD player/ MD deck/ DAT deck/ Tape deck m/M CD player/ DVD player/ VCD player Searches tracks (forward or backward). TV/VIDEO TV Selects input signal: TV input or video input. VCR/ LD player/ MD deck/ DAT deck/ Tape deck Fastforwards or rewinds. TV VOL +/– TV Adjusts the volume of the TV. TV CH +/– TV Selects preset TV channels. VCR/ CD player/ VCD player/ LD player/ DVD player/ MD deck/ DAT deck/ Tape deck Starts play. X VCR/ CD player/ VCD player/ LD player/ DVD player/ MD deck/ DAT deck/ Tape deck Pauses play or record. (Also star ...
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    Changing the factory setting of a function button If the factory settings of the FUNCTION buttons do not match your system components, you can change them. For example, if you have a tape deck and you do not have an MD deck, you can assign the MD/TAPE button to your tape deck. Note that the settings of the TUNER button cannot be changed. To reset a button to its factory setting Repeat the above procedure. To reset all the function buttons to their factory setting Press ?/1, AV ?/1 and MASTER VOL – at the same time. 1 Hold down the Function button whose function you want to change (for example, MD/TAPE). 2 Press the corresponding button of the component you want to assign to the Function button (for example, 4 – Tape deck). The following buttons are assigned to select the functions: To operate Press 1 DAT deck 2 MD deck 3 Tape deck A 4 Tape deck B 5 LD player 6 VCR (command mode VTR 1*) 7 VCR (command mod ...
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    Additional Information Precautions On safety Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the receiver and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. On power sources • Before operating the unit, check that the operating voltage is identical with your local power supply. The operating voltage is indicated on the nameplate at the rear of the receiver. • The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the receiver itself has been turned off. • If you are not going to use the receiver for a long time, be sure to disconnect the receiver from the wall outlet. To disconnect the AC power cord, grasp the plug itself; never pull the cord. • (Models of area code U, CA only) One blade of the plug is wider than the other for the purpose of safety and will fit into the wall outlet only one way. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, cont ...
  • Page 51

    There is no sound from a specific component. • Check that the component is connected correctly to the audio input jacks for that component. • Check that the cord(s) used for the connection is (are) fully inserted into the jacks on both the receiver and the component. • Check that you have selected the correct component on the receiver. There is no sound from one of the front speakers. Connect a pair of headphones to the PHONES jack to verify that sound is output from the headphones (page 22). If only one channel is output from the headphones, the component may not be connected to the receiver correctly. Check that all the cords are fully inserted into the jacks on both the receiver and the component. If both channels are output from the headphones, the front speaker may not be connected to the receiver correctly. Check the connection of the front speaker which is not outputting any sound. The left and right sounds are unbalanced or reversed. • Check that t ...
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    Troubleshooting (continued) The FM reception is poor. Use a 75-ohm coaxial cable (not supplied) to connect the receiver to an outdoor FM antenna as shown below. If you connect the receiver to an outdoor antenna, ground it against lightning. To prevent a gas explosion, do not connect the ground wire to a gas pipe. Receiver Outdoor FM antenna Contact the radio station and find out whether they actually provide the service in question. If so, the service may be temporarily out of order. There is no picture or an unclear picture appears on the TV screen or monitor. • Select the appropriate function on the receiver. • Set your TV to the appropriate input mode. • Move your TV away from the audio components. The remote does not function. ANTENNA AM FM 75Ω COAXIAL The RDS information that you want does not appear.* Ground wire (not supplied) To ground Radio stations cannot be tuned in. • Check that the antennas are connected securely. Adju ...
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    Specifications AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION: With 8 ohm loads, both channels driven, from 40 – 20,000 Hz; rated 100 watts (STR-K840P only)/80 watts (STR-K740P only) per channel minimum RMS power, with no more than 0.09 % total harmonic distortion from 250 milliwatts to rated output (Models of area code U only). Amplifier section POWER OUTPUT Models of area code U, CA Rated Power Output at Stereo Mode (8 ohms 40 Hz – 20 kHz, THD 0.09 %) STR-K840P: 100 W + 100 W STR-K740P: 80 W + 80 W Models of area code CEL,CEK Rated Power Output at Stereo Mode (8 ohms 1 kHz, THD 0.7 %) STR-K840P: 100 W + 100 W2) STR-K740P: 80 W + 80 W2) Reference Power Output2) (8 ohms 1 kHz, THD 0.7 %) STR-K840P: FRONT1): 100 W/ch CENTER1): 100 W SURR1): 100 W/ch STR-K740P: FRONT1): 80 W/ch CENTER1): 80 W SURR1): 80 W/ch Models of area code AR, SP Rated Power Output at Stereo Mode (8 ohms 1 kHz, THD 0.7 %) STR-K840P: 90 W + 90 W2) ...
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    Specifications (continued) Inputs (Digital) DVD/LD (Coaxial) VIDEO 2 (Optical) Outputs MD/TAPE (OUT), VIDEO 1 (AUDIO OUT) SUB WOOFER Tone Gain levels: Sensitivity: – Impedance: 75 ohms S/N: 100 dB (A, 20 kHz LPF) Sensitivity: – Impedance: – S/N: 100 dB (A, 20 kHz LPF) Voltage: 250 mV Impedance: 10 kilohms Voltage: 2 V Impedance: 1 kilohms ±6 dB, 1 dB step FM tuner section Tuning range 87.5 - 108.0 MHz Antenna terminals 75 ohms, unbalanced Intermediate Frequency 10.7 MHz Sensitivity Mono: Stereo: Usable sensitivity S/N Mono: Stereo: 18.3 dBf, 2.2 µV/75 ohms 38.3 dBf, 22.5 µV/75 ohms 11.2 dBf, 1 µV/75 ohms 76 dB 70 dB Harmonic distortion at 1 kHz Mono: 0.3% Stereo: 0.5% Separation 45 dB at 1 kHz Frequency response 30 Hz – 15 kHz, +0.5/–2 dB Selectivity 60 dB at 400 kHz AM tuner section Tuning range Models of area code U, CA With 10-kHz tuning scale: 530 – 1710 kHz6) With 9-kHz tuning scale: 5 ...
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    General Frequcency range Power requirements Area code Power requirements U, CA, MX 120 V AC, 60 Hz CEL, CEK 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz SP, AR 220 – 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz E2/E3 120/220/240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Power consumption Area code Power consumption U, MX STR-K840P: 210 W STR-K740P: 180 W CA STR-K840P: 300 VA STR-K740P: 260 VA CEL, CEK, SP E2/E3, AR STR-K840P: 180 W STR-K740P: 155 W Power consumption (during standby mode) 0.5 W Dimensions Mass (Approx.) 430 × 145 × 298 mm (16 7/8 × 5 6/8 × 11 6/8 inches) including projecting parts and controls Dimensions (w/h/d) SS-MSP2 SS-CNP2 Mass SS-MSP2 SS-CNP2 160 Hz – 20,000 Hz Approx. 81 × 141 × 121 mm (3 1/4 × 5 5/8 × 4 7/8 inches) Approx. 230 × 81 × 121 mm (9 1/8 × 3 1/4 × 4 7/8 inches) 0.8 kg (1 lb 13 oz) 1.0 kg (2 lb 4 oz) SA-WMSP4 for HT-DDW840 SA-WMSP2 for HT-DDW740 AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION: With 6 o ...
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    Specifications (continued) Power requirements Area code Power requirements U, CA, MX 120 V AC, 60 Hz CEL, CEK, SP 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz AR 220 – 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz E2/E3 120/220/230 V AC, 50/60 Hz Power consumption SA-WMSP4 SA-WMSP2 Dimensions (w/h/d) Mass SA-WMSP4 SA-WMSP2 100 W 50 W Approx. 272 × 326 × 405 mm (10 3/4 × 12 7/8 × 16 inches) including front panel 10.0 kg (22 lb 1 oz) 9.0 kg (19 lb 14 oz) Supplied accessories FM wire antenna (1) AM loop antenna (1) Speaker connecting cord, long (2) Speaker connecting cord, short (3) Monaural connecting cord (1 phono to 1 phono) (1) Coaxial digital cord (1) Foot pads (speakers) (20) Foot pads (subwoofer) (4) Remote commander (1) • RM-PP411 (HT-DDW840 only) • RM-U306 (HT-DDW740 only) R6 (size -AA) batteries (2) Speakers • Front speakers (2) • Surround speakers (2) • Center speaker (1) • Subwoofer SA-WMSP4 (HT-DDW840 only) (1) • Subwoofer SA-WMSP2 (HT-DDW740 only) (1) For ...
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    Tables of settings using SURR, LEVEL, SET UP, BASS and TREBLE buttons You can make various settings using the LEVEL, SURR, SET UP, MENU +/– and MENU buttons. The tables below show each of the settings that these buttons can make. Press Press MENU to select SURR EFFECT LEVEL L R Press MENU + or MENU – to select BAL. L/R XXX 28 L +8 to R +8 (1 steps) 28 –10 dB to +10 dB (1 dB steps) SUR.L. XXX dB –10 dB to +10 dB (1 dB steps) SUR.R. XXX dB –10 dB to +10 dB (1 dB steps) S.W. XXX dB –10 dB to +10 dB (1 dB steps) L.F.E. XXX dB OFF, –20 dB to 0 dB (1 dB steps) L C SL SW L C R COMP. XXX OFF, 0.1 to 0.9 (0.1 steps), STD, MAX (FRONT)1) LARGE, SMALL (CENTER)1) SR Page depends on the sound field (15 steps) CTR XXX dB D. RANGE SET UP or MENU / 16 LARGE, SMALL, NO (SURROUND)1) LARGE, SMALL, NO (SUB WOOFER) S.W. XXX1) YES, NO R DIST. XX.X m between 1.0 meters a ...
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    Adjustable parameters for each sound field The adjusted SURR, BASS and TREBLE parameters are stored in each sound field. <SURR> <BASS> <TREBLE> 2CH ST. z z AUTO DEC. z z NORM.SURR. z z EFFECT LEVEL C.ST.EX A z z z C.ST.EX B z z z C.ST.EX C z z z HALL z z z JAZZ z z z CONCERT z z z GAME z z z MULTI CH IN1) PCM96K The adjusted LEVEL parameters are applied to all the sound fields. < LEVEL FRONT BAL > CENTER LEVEL SUR.L. LEVEL SUR.R. LEVEL S. WOOFER LEVEL LFE MIX2) D.RANGE COMP2) 2CH ST. z z z AUTO DEC. z z z z z z z NORM.SURR. z z z z z z z C.ST.EX A z z z z z z z C.ST.EX B z z z z z z z C.ST.EX C z z z z z z z HALL z z z z z3) z z JAZZ z z z z z3) z ...
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    Additional Information Sony Corporation Printed in Malaysia 59GB ...



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